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[texts]F-layer polar cap arcs. - Fite, Denise Dillon.
Available from National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Va
Keywords: Space systems
Downloads: 48
[texts]Relating service doctrine to space system requirements. - Light, Thomas W.;Fuhs, Allen E.
Thesis advisor, Allen E. Fuhs
Keywords: Space systems
Downloads: 35
[texts]NROSS: a force multiplier. - Spohnholtz, Cheryl L.
Available from National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Va
Keywords: Space systems
Downloads: 25
[texts]An application of the MCES to the political aspects of SDI. - McFadden, Colleen.;Sovereign, Michael G.
Thesis advisor, Michael G. Sovereign
Keywords: Space systems
Downloads: 48
[texts]Satellite orbit programs utilizing the graphics capabilities of the microcomputer. - Langdorf, Kim A.
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Keywords: Space systems
Downloads: 95
[texts]Project SKYLITE: a design exploration - Welch, William J.;Olsen, Richard C.;Landers, Mark F.
Thesis advisor, R. C. Olsen
Keywords: Space systems
Downloads: 88
[texts]The evolution of naval warfare technology and the impact of space systems. - Sharrett, Patrick James.
Available from National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Va
Keywords: Space systems
Downloads: 68
[texts]Computer simulation of digital signal modulation techniques in satellite communications. - Carlson, Craig D.
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Keywords: Space systems
Downloads: 398
[texts]An introduction to artificial intelligence and its potential use in space systems. - McDonald, Gary W.
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Keywords: Space systems
Downloads: 163
[texts]Radar observations of field-aligned plasma propagations associated with NASA's PMG experiment - Olson, Darren Montgomery.
Thesis advisor(s): Richard Christopher Olsen
Keywords: Systems Technology [Space Systems Operations]
Downloads: 17
[texts]A systems analysis and project management plan for the Petite Amateur Navy Satellite (PANSAT) - Rich, Markham K.
Thesis advisor(s): I. M. Ross
Keywords: Systems Technology [Space Systems Operations]
Downloads: 59
[texts]Space Experiments Aboard Rockets : SPEAR III - Morris, James H.
Thesis advisor(s): Richard Christopher Olsen
Keywords: Applied Physics; Space Systems Engineering
Downloads: 29
[texts]The future use of DSCS and commercial satellites in the U.S. Navy - Zoppa, Robert J.
Thesis advisor(s): Dan C. Boger
Keywords: Systems Technology [Space Systems Operations]
Downloads: 234
[image]50 Years of Exobiology and Astrobiology at NASA (201010140008HQ)
Dan Goldin, NASAâs longest serving Administrator from 1992-2001 speaks during the âSeeking Signs of Lifeâ Symposium, celebrating 50 Years of Exobiology and Astrobiology at NASA, Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010, at the Lockheed Martin Global Vision Center in Arlington, Va. NASA has been researching life in the universe since 1959, asking three fundamental questions: âHow does life begin and evolve?â âIs there life beyond Earth and, if so, how can we detect it?â and âWhat is the future of life on ...
Keywords: NASA; Arlington; Astrobiology; Dan Goldin; Exobiology; Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company; VA; Seeking Signs of Life; USA; Bill Ingalls
Downloads: 14
[image]NASA and X PRIZE Announce Winners of Lunar Lander Challenge - NASA/Carla Cioffi
David Masten, founder and CEO of Masten Space Systems, accepts the first place $1 million Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge prize on behalf of his team at the Rayburn House Office Building on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009, in Washington, DC. NASA's Centennial Challenges program gave $1.65 million in prize money to a pair of aerospace companies that successfully simulated landing a spacecraft on the moon and lifting off again...
Keywords: David Masten Lunar Lander Challenge Masten Space Systems Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC X PRIZE X PRIZE Foundation; What -- Moon; Where -- Washington
Downloads: 98
[image]50 Years of Exobiology and Astrobiology at NASA (201010140007HQ)
Dan Goldin, NASAâs longest serving Administrator from 1992-2001 speaks during the âSeeking Signs of Lifeâ Symposium, celebrating 50 Years of Exobiology and Astrobiology at NASA, Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010, at the Lockheed Martin Global Vision Center in Arlington, Va. NASA has been researching life in the universe since 1959, asking three fundamental questions: âHow does life begin and evolve?â âIs there life beyond Earth and, if so, how can we detect it?â and âWhat is the future of life on ...
Keywords: NASA; Arlington; Astrobiology; Dan Goldin; Exobiology; Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company; VA; Seeking Signs of Life; USA; “Seeking Signs of Life”; Bill Ingalls
Downloads: 11
[image]NASA and X PRIZE Announce Winners of Lunar Lander Challenge (200911050003HQ) - NASA
Phil Eaton, VP of Operations at Armadillo Aerospace, accepts the second place $500,000 Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge prize on behalf of his team at the Rayburn House Office Building on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009, in Washington, DC. NASA's Centennial Challenges program gave $1.65 million in prize money to a pair of aerospace companies that successfully simulated landing a spacecraft on the moon and lifting off again...
Keywords: Lunar Lander Challenge; Masten Space Systems; Phil Eaton; Rayburn House Office Building; Washington, DC; X PRIZE; X PRIZE Foundation; NASA; Carla Cioffi
Downloads: 10
[image]50 Years of Exobiology and Astrobiology at NASA (201010140009HQ)
Dan Goldin, NASAâs longest serving Administrator from 1992-2001 speaks during the âSeeking Signs of Lifeâ Symposium, celebrating 50 Years of Exobiology and Astrobiology at NASA, Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010, at the Lockheed Martin Global Vision Center in Arlington, Va. NASA has been researching life in the universe since 1959, asking three fundamental questions: âHow does life begin and evolve?â âIs there life beyond Earth and, if so, how can we detect it?â and âWhat is the future of life on ...
Keywords: NASA; Arlington; Astrobiology; Dan Goldin; Exobiology; Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company; VA; Seeking Signs of Life; USA; “Seeking Signs of Life”; Bill Ingalls
Downloads: 11
[image]NASA and X PRIZE Announce Winners of Lunar Lander Challenge - NASA/Carla Cioffi
Phil Eaton, VP of Operations at Armadillo Aerospace, accepts the second place $500,000 Northrop Grumman Lunar Lander Challenge prize on behalf of his team at the Rayburn House Office Building on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2009, in Washington, DC. NASA's Centennial Challenges program gave $1.65 million in prize money to a pair of aerospace companies that successfully simulated landing a spacecraft on the moon and lifting off again...
Keywords: Lunar Lander Challenge Masten Space Systems Phil Eaton Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC X PRIZE X PRIZE Foundation; What -- Moon; Where -- Washington
Downloads: 87
[image]50 Years of Exobiology and Astrobiology at NASA (201010140001HQ) - NASA
Stephen Price from Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company kicks off the âSeeking Signs of Lifeâ Symposium, celebrating 50 Years of Exobiology and Astrobiology at NASA, Thursday, Oct. 14, 2010, at the Lockheed Martin Global Vision Center in Arlington, Va. NASA has been researching life in the universe since 1959, asking three fundamental questions: âHow does life begin and evolve?â âIs there life beyond Earth and, if so, how can we detect it?â and âWhat is the future of life on Earth and in...
Keywords: NASA; Arlington; Astrobiology; Exobiology; Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company; Mr. Stephen Price; VA; Seeking Signs of Life; USA; “Seeking Signs of Life”; Bill Ingalls
Downloads: 20
[texts]westinghouse :: solomon :: 15090 Proposal for SOLOMON II Computer SPN-15114 Nov63
From the bitsavers.org collection, a scanned-in computer-related document.westinghouse :: solomon :: 15090 Proposal for SOLOMON II Computer SPN-15114 Nov63
Keywords: computer; solomon; systems; data; westinghouse; design; network; processing; defense; computing; data systems; general purpose; westinghouse solomon; westinghouse defense; weather bureau; systems technology; processing element; data processing; control unit; space systems
Downloads: 7
[texts]Omni Magazine (June 1983)

Keywords: ihe; surrogate; gage; kite; berserker; omni; henna; satellite; space; hilary gage; wall street; star wars; space war; space systems; rigging lines; ibm personal; comsat laboratories; surrogate mothering; york city
Downloads: 976
[movies]Our World: Sunsets and Atmosphere - NASA eClips
How is NASA using SAGE-III to help us learn about the air we breathe? See how the colors of sunsets tell us about the particles in the air. Find out how putting an instrument on the International Space Station will allow NASA to make repeated measurements over time to help us take better care of our atmosphere.
Keywords: NASA, NIA, eClips, Our World, Elementary, Video, Education, Technology, Science, Engineering, Energy, Matter, Earth Patterns, Cycles, and Change, Earth/Space Systems, sunsets, light, colors, atmosphere, rainbow, scattering, reflect, bend, absorption, aerosols, SAGE III, Marilee Roell, Amy Thornhill, Kristyn Damadeo
Downloads: 22,916
[movies]Real World: What Is Soil Moisture? - NASA, NIA
What is the connection between water, soil, and carbon cycles? The answer may be in the soil beneath your feet. See how NASA plans to measure soil moisture from space with the Soil Moisture Active Passive Mission, or SMAP. Learn to calculate soil moisture in your own backyard and discover the real world applications for this data.
Keywords: NASA; eClips; Real World; middle school; video; education; technology; science; engineering; mathematics; Earth/Space systems; earth patterns; cylces; and change; weather; climate models; water; soil; moisture; global map; flood models; drought; Soil Moisture Active Passive Mission; SMAP; radar; radiometer; algorithm; mass; graph; patterns; data; forecasting
Downloads: 5,438
[movies]Launchpad: SAGE III Goes to the International Space Station - NASA eClips
NASA's third generation science instrument, SAGE III, sheds light on how aerosols, water vapor and other gases interact with and affect our atmosphere. See how a unique hexapod helps the instrument stay oriented on the International Space Station and how NASA plans to use moonrise and moonset to double measurement capabilities, helping us truly understand the chemical balance in our atmosphere.
Keywords: NASA, NIA, eClips, Launchpad, High School, Video, Education, Mathematics, Technology, Science, Engineering, Energy, Earth/Space Systems, Earth Patterns, Cycles, and Change, Human Impact, innovation, aerosols, atmosphere, ozone layer, yaw, pitch, roll, hexapod, occultation, latitude, chemistry, SAGE III, Brooke Thornton, Joe Gasbarre, Amy Thornhill, David Flittner
Downloads: 8,524
[movies]Real World: Ozone Alerts - NASA eClips
NASA’s SAGE III instrument will provide valuable information to help us understand how our global Earth system is changing. Find out the difference between good ozone and bad ozone. Learn about the health problems that a small percent of our atmosphere, or only a few parts per billion, can create.
Keywords: NASA, NIA, eClips, Real World, Middle School, Video, Education, Technology, Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Energy, Earth/Space Systems, Earth Patterns, Cycles, and Change, Human Impact, ozone, alert, atmosphere, oxygen, pollution, aerosols, health, troposphere, stratosphere, decimals, parts per billion, UV radiation, occultation, SAGE III, Joe Zawodny
Downloads: 9,750
[movies]Launchpad: Space Age Technologies Measure Soil Moisture - Producer: NASAeClips; Company: NIA
Learn how NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive Mission, or SMAP, will use new technologies to help answer questions raised in the National Research Councils' Decadal Survey. See what kind of modeling and forecasting applications the data from this mission will provide as it measures the soil moisture that cools Earth's surface and provides water to the atmosphere and plants.
Keywords: NASA; NIA; eClips; Launchpad; high school; video; education; mathematics; technology; science; engineering; Earth/space systems; earth patterns; cycles; and change; weather; climate models; water; soil; moisture; global map; flood models; drought; Soil Moisture Active Passive Mission; SMAP; microwave; radiometer; radar; satelite; Decadal Survey; National Research Council; forecasting
Downloads: 5,107
[movies]16.885J / ESD.35J Aircraft Systems Engineering Fall 2005 - MIT OpenCourseWare
16.885J offers a holistic view of the aircraft as a system, covering: basic systems engineering; cost and weight estimation; basic aircraft performance; safety and reliability; lifecycle topics; aircraft subsystems; risk analysis and management; and system realization. Small student teams retrospectively analyze an existing aircraft covering: key design drivers and decisions; aircraft attributes and subsystems; and operational experience...
Keywords: space shuttle; space systems; NASA; aircraft systems; aircraft systems engineering; lifecycle; cost estimation; weight estimation; aircraft performance; aircraft safety; aircraft reliability; subsystems; risk analysis; risk management; system realization; retrospective analysis; key design drivers; design drivers; design decisions; aircraft attributes; operational experience; case study; case studies; air transportation system; air defense system; systems engineering; interface management; interface verification; interface validation; subsystem architecture; performance issures; design closure; complex systems
Downloads: 51,649
[image]Single Stage to Orbit Poster - Samuel Coniglio
Double sided poster showing McDonnell Douglas' proposed DC-Y follow-on rocket. Other side is a description of the Single Stage To Orbit  (SSTO) rocket project, also known as the Delta Clipper Experimental (DC-X) project. The poster describes the technology and the justification of the project.
Keywords: DCX; DC-X; Delta Clipper; Delta Clipper Experimental; rocket; rocketship; rocket engine; engine; technology; Single Stage to Orbit; SSTO; Single Stage Rocket Technology; SSRT; Liquid Oxygen; LO2; Liquid Hydrogen; LH2; airplane-like operations; McDonnell Douglas; Strategic Defense Initiative Organization; SDIO; Ballistic Missile Defense Organization; BMDO; Vertical Take Off and Landing; VTOL; White Sands Missile Range; WSMR; Fiber Composite; NASA; Air Force; USA; International Space Station; ISS; resupply; commercial; satellite; launch; land; reuse; reusable; MDSSC; McDonnell Douglas Space Systems Company; prototype; test; liftoff; New Mexico; FOCC; Flight Operations Control Center; Flight Operations; GPS; Global Positioning System; competition; private; space; space travel; LEO; Low Earth Orbit; satellite; infrastructure; lift; Commercial Market; space-lift
Downloads: 5
[audio]MIT 16.885J Aircraft Systems Engineering, Fall 2005 - MIT OpenCourseWare
16.885J offers a holistic view of the aircraft as a system, covering: basic systems engineering; cost and weight estimation; basic aircraft performance; safety and reliability; lifecycle topics; aircraft subsystems; risk analysis and management; and system realization. Small student teams retrospectively analyze an existing aircraft covering: key design drivers and decisions; aircraft attributes and subsystems; and operational experience...
Keywords: aircraft systems; aircraft systems engineering; lifecycle; cost estimation; weight estimation; aircraft performance; aircraft safety; aircraft reliability; subsystems; risk analysis; risk management; system realization; retrospective analysis; key design drivers; design drivers; design decisions; aircraft attributes; operational experience; case study; case studies; air transportation system; air defense system; systems engineering; interface management; interface verification; interface validation; subsystem architecture; performance issues; design closure; complex systems; space shuttle; space systems; NASA; aircraft systems; aircraft systems engineering; lifecycle; cost estimation; weight estimation; aircraft performance; aircraft safety; aircraft reliability; subsystems; risk analysis; risk management; system realization; retrospective analysis; key design drivers; design drivers; design decisions; aircraft attributes; operational experience; case study; case studies; air transportation system; air defense system; systems engineering; interface management; inte
Downloads: 155
[image]Single Stage Rocket Technology - Samuel Coniglio
Published in 1993, this colorful twelve page brochure describes the McDonnell Douglas Delta Clipper Experimental (DC-X) rocket project, the proposed successor DC-Y rocket project, and justification for Single Stage To Orbit (SSTO) technology development. It was a produced at the height of the DC-X flight tests in 1993.
Keywords: DCX; DC-X; Delta Clipper; Delta Clipper Experimental; rocket; rocketship; rocket engine; engine; technology; Single Stage to Orbit; SSTO; Single Stage Rocket Technology; SSRT; Liquid Oxygen; LO2; Liquid Hydrogen; LH2; airplane-like operations; McDonnell Douglas; Strategic Defense Initiative Organization; SDIO; Ballistic Missile Defense Organization; BMDO; Vertical Take Off and Landing; VTOL; White Sands Missile Range; WSMR; Fiber Composite; NASA; Air Force; USA; International Space Station; ISS; resupply; commercial; satellite; launch; land; reuse; reusable; MDSSC; McDonnell Douglas Space Systems Company; prototype; test; liftoff; New Mexico; FOCC; Flight Operations Control Center; Flight Operations; GPS; Global Positioning System; competition; private; space; space travel; LEO; Low Earth Orbit; satellite; infrastructure; lift; Commercial Market; space-lift; team; 5301 Bolsa Ave; Huntington Beach; CA; 92647-2048
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[texts]Establishing a Hybrid Plasma Environment Simulation Facility
Over the past decade, investigations into dusty plasmas have improved our understanding of  protoplanetary environments, moons (including Earth's Moon), ring systems and comets. They have also been instrumental in the advancement of semiconductor development, nanofabrication and are proving of great interest in the dust contamination problems found within nuclear fusion devices such as ITER. Recently, the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group (LEAG) identified a need for research on the lunar dust a...
Keywords: Inductively Coupled Plasma Source; Natural Plasma; Man-Made Plasma; Dusty Plasma; Plasma Simulator; Environment Simulation; the National Research Council (NRC) established the Committee on the Scientific Context for Exploration of the Moon. This committee prepared a report; titled The Scientific Context for Exploration of the Moon [1]; to provide scientific input to NASA facilitating the planning of a “comprehensive; well-validated; and prioritized set of scientific research objectives for a program of exploration of the Moon”. Within the eight scientific concepts and 35 scientific goals; the lunar plasma environment was identified as an area of research where significant gaps in our current understanding remain. Improving our understanding of the space plasma environment at the lunar surface and in lunar orbit is essential for appropriately preparing and providing subsequent support for robotic and human exploration. Properly defining such a dust and plasma environment requires both laboratory experiments and numerical modelling. The Center for Astrophysics; Space Physics and Engineering Research (CASPER) at Baylor University; Texas; and its partner the Institute of Space Systems (IRS); Universität Stuttgart; Germany; plan to address the above through the characterization and validation of a flexible plasma facility IPG6-B [2] at Baylor University; which is a twin facility to the IPG6-S [3] facility in Stuttgart at IRS. IPG is short for Inductively heated Plasma Generator. The plasma source design is
Downloads: 15
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